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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 December 1910

H mJI rl I t OGDEN MORNING EXAT TINER OGDi3 N TJT 1Fl SITirDAY BEGEMPEB 18 1910 i r o 1 i7ti 4 L = z 1 1 J r + t ± wl i t wc t C ILft r 1 ti V i + w i 1 I7 + + r Special Prices in Every Deparlmenl 71PTr iI S 1 I dl i U n filCh rRS 1m as u oJ 0 r p P Bissell Sweepers I f c 1h U 1iIn h b d from 250 up I F UrnlllUrema k e 1erVDCeaLW1egllll Wllii1i Jul arerememtUlere MoOryears I j + Buffets from 2000 up i IP Every day we are storing away gifts to be delivered the day before Christmas Why not store something for you Gifts 1 IPl that are worth while We have Buffets Bookcases Morris Chairs Music Cabinets r Piano Benches Brass Beds Pedestals e irk 1 F Jardinieres 1 Stands f Bookcases Mission Rockers and hundreds of other different articles to show you I f I t I ijlr JI OUF Pcku Ire Sak 1r I IJI We arc showing 1000 difforent subjects and they arc going Y4 1 fast Our large south window is filled with some of the best val 6 b i til ues that ever were shown Prices from ten cents up Make your J ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 December 1910

1 1 i u lrS1 4 Iy J W l tt ct hlt i r I 1 Inc 1 t Ik i atoni J > taQfif tutu 1 Iyt 1 7 2 idi z tty tRtit 1xs xs y 1e Ij tt t l trt4 c 1lC d 1 tILL c 9 u in h iiw > tut n Ihlrt t In Is e iks r ail j Ir i L5 aJ i1 r ed t g t t I Iii If ntfdi h Iir thg f til I g it ta 7R 6 L1 ij f i fFt I Jfi j J t1f 4p r V C 4 irAh 0 4fY 3 J A d ml > j 1 tc = if tl3 tJ liJ J I I 1 11 tads J eC1J 10 c if I u 1h L J dIN 11 rG Itt fII t e IJI t N if 6r fta < t r F t ft J J 4i l tr Ji t ttt 7 cIt l o fOS da 1 j r t bi 2M + Idt + tM c 4 I l 1 4II II f rt t1 of I 1 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 18 1910 5 y T r rJI < b1 BATH AND LOUNGING r k I IJ I ROBES Q l ct Nothing was ever shown in Ogden to compare with these 1 Every variety and every price the best and lowest possible d Bath robe comfort can be yours if you come here f7 1 o p A h I 4 to 10 < n II a The Toggery 7 YOUR STORE STANDARD TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOm Bell Phono No 322 Independent two rings56 BUSINESS OFFICE ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 December 1910

f < r J > J 1 L l 1 I It f OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 18 1910 1111 I I I i I ERANDOM I REfERENCES i I Continued from Page Five i Suit for Dnmagcs Michael Berll nott has filed a suit in the municipal i I court for 75 against the Oregon Short 1 i Line Railroad company Bertlnoti al loges that the railroad company has 1 causod him damages to the amount of tho suit William Shyber of Stockton Mass arrived In Ogdon yesterday morning 1 and will make his homo in this city W S Barrett who has been visiting friends in this city left yesterday via the Harriman lines for New York city where ho resides Dr J W Browning corner Twenty f firth and Grant over Carrs drug store 522 Bell R S Egbert left yesterday on tho Los Angeles limited for Chicago here ho will visit relatives I C P Pruitt traveling freight and passenger agent of tho Chicago Mil waukee and St Paul railroad was la tho city yesterday and transacted busi ness with the Harriman agents R Clapp will leave this m...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 December 1910

II 4 r 1 r S 1 I OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DEuEMD 18 1910 7 4ta t I l I I j jI I r 9 J 1I i t I T i t z 1 h I f a l I t I fI i ml 01d > J t 71 t gun I ay I IE J Jb r FI 1 F na e c t J tfi 1 I E wIthy I thy Hi i oHi tutrln1 thE t i i4 f hE kf a 1Jncl + otlt l tO 4It 11J j t ct I oS lY IHH e3 lath 1riIEs i lgI Cffj d Jlto 5lj 1 rt Yttird r Oi1f ij tt il Elir tcd retosri tho e11i rels a hen thi pC the dcdt the Ri11J 1 the M Dted r7ll s 3 the rro rrt dthut tm b rn3lds ti IIcl W jZ 5oOJU U f III i4 1 Ina bb 111 36 1 hfl I JdJ 1 J h d ICQl Ilff tdr l ope td i I tOIU I deJi1 r i rRAl S d r rI dszD fjI fdrJ I he t l I l RI Q61 O rJtd d f I TR 22 i lr i J LiEL esJL t r 1 Jera ant r G i r t 0 piano Bargains I For Xmas r c J 4J 9li V f r tn Jl parar A Our store is full to overflowing with beautiful pianos The pleasure of a piano in your home would more than offset the trifle it costs especially if you take advantage of our I Christmas Bargain Sale I I As a special Xmas induce...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 December 1910

I j r 1 I I ii i PAGE EIGHT I gbtn tornfng xam ntr SUNDAY DECEMBER 18 1910 iJE 1 tl I 1P i ll I I I Gold Headed Suit Department + i Depar Extra Special 300 I Our Entire Stock of Plumes at y Our entire stock of Rubber Coats Cost y at cost j Our entire stock of Silk and 160e600 Silk Underskirts398 Wool Dresses at Cost Our entire stock of Ladles and 460 Silk Undersklrtsat cost Misses Slilto al cost 1 450 Bath Robes 375 Our entire stock of Ladled Misses and Childrens Coats at GOO Chiffon WnlBts 500 cost 250 Tailor Made WaJsta 198 20 per cent discount on all La dies and Childrens Sweaters I y 400 Silk Kimonos 360 150 Fancy Buck Combs e 125 t t 500 Silk Kimonas 400 200 FancyBack Combs 150 300 Fancy Back Combs 250 11II I COO Silk Kimonas 600 350 Fancy Back Combs 300 1200 Silk Kimonas 1000 tic Barrettes 09 r I I 400 Sample Leather and Velvet t i t Hand Bags at Manufacturers tI r i I I 1m t Cost i JI r rc i 20 per cent discount on all Silver Sets diJ I ti 20 per cent discount on all Music Ro...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 December 1910

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Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 December 1910

1 iIJ r I I i r r I r Hi J + 1 wTOftcf R J iJ G B 1 1 I W TO J dr I f x I M I I ij I C LDS rssT r i 4 a eo + l ij d i F I i THE TO TOOTH PLEASE SWEET fcu RISTl A r c A ND 1 J STOCKINGS FOR CHILDRENS THE I 1 J I By CATHERINE A OWEN = 9 = = DIRECTIONS BY JHE I SWEETMEAT EXPERT Clear Candy Should Be Boxed and I Kept in a Warm Place Creams Always in a Cool Place Other Interesting Instructions ji i if IGURE ITho nougat was packed 1f FIGURE box lined with wax paper i t and left there overnight Then t I it was turned from tho box the I paper removed cutin blocks and I i wrapped in double waxed paper t I I Figure II Candled fruits should be 1 placed In tho frllla which may be pur t I phased at confectioners supply stores J I Chocolate cherries look best put Into a d 1 white frill inside a red one Ill n I I Figure III Grilled almonds ready to iljr I bo turned on the plate When removed Jib from the fire they are stirred until I I1i they separate Into single sugarcoated H nuts I I Figure IVThe...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 December 1910

t I I 1 t cyst + sw as topIilhi erytly tp0Et e h t a Yoq liTt Oftener d od Ilk t Whit Li 8aUCCy + I t from IU as for Hi anted r t the IK gyp frj lie choe ly eotll o thlt U and fia c whit pi rough C rest a w 1 f h rs are zi Urpo l rote try ortaattc turs emflr r ar with a thf i9 Inegu tj andY Ip Miia dug Lta i atr dip Ui ly not be e cot BIJ clll We tlctj2 ange cokr Igh a yt I g fJ to t ng tbm a then rd iillh tWf this cotta nd If 4t1 Ja tot WI pJloD I ire drat the di Ogee 13 CC alp c B cant t tE 1 If vffV e plttitd 6 earefa 11 can add n BE I1S the calarf t o of tr6h tree 1IUd a f uc h ua Ii the 11 rUa aeh oU II chem 1e f col oft flf e or rce rcseem seem led 71bh age q more > > I = CMS I EPglishj ddiog 1 I of is Brat al h s < he ehlJ aeb c i 1101 4 It r l 1 buOf altb t dh 1 D1A 1 ittip the 1 i la the I had tW r cod of ttJ1 114rt3 f d tt Ch d d list ° VV r u ld Ji yp t 1 3 t c k IrlJ 1 otltecet e tabF f ots d td I g yEf t tr tter to I eft 1j gt1rP I f we s 10 e 1 J a bn l l I el...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 December 1910

i J l I I l L r I 0 1 e j I I I r Q J 1 I I J II It I I c i t r 1 1 t rs i I 1 tM IJ 1 HOW tHE DEMON KUNL4SAVEb JACK ABERNATHY 1 1r > JF a Gun Fighter Had Not Bought a Flask of Whiskey i t if i t and a Bit of Its Cork Had Not Clogged His Revolver d N the Famous Marshal Would Have Deed en a Duel t i tJ T ti 1 J may H iLu Nan R f J A4Fc fJ T would be difficult to pick out tho most 1 IT Ufo of Marshal f ndvonturous happening In the i shill Abernathy whose whole life has been one serien oC adventures Tub character of these can imagined when It is said that sinco his appointment to office y 1c ho has tlndo moro than ono thousand arrests c 1 thirty per cent of which were for murder and I m the majority of the prisoners wore of tho gen oral character of the desperate criminals and bad men oftho West Born in Central Texas and brought up by his i p pioneer ranchman father on a ranch in Western Texas ho has lived the full life of the frontier that merged at last < into the rough and tum...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 December 1910

fJfc J 1ii w J 0 t r a r r r n I I I 1 i 1 l h T I i v t s 1 J i jr 1 r 1 tiPiil lIed f darn tlc lotgu0A1 lOe le fctd Is heroic l down IK rtf A of dlt c bank 1 a eatrUtt ablrtl Qd t lt > ro ipe thy b1i tro Hill I I tg 31LMd oftb wi fl dhd Pi i their pJw > > co 6uf i jltfftM lj f ir flUlr r i tuba hH t lat Nd IX µ i r a 6 ps 1M krajf n Ibtt1 h b lrJiJ t i win 114 i IS lhiU ra c t play > t wrtst uI llan t apt the t Ufi htx Jc1M4 rtf del Q + grrfls itcr tfI i tfJ blSfi 16h I ii i r I rNIjt lC1f 1 J W jit j 1e I cpdr tkrl 1 i t hlclI C und oa Irr OA J J lsttr I rJIfJ rpm J b11t j 0111 I et P njW I lccb L Duty fit ieU11l 1Jjt 1uiw J I uiw I tbf 1 M tJ I ide1bl Ite ec 1t01a i t01a I to 1fy rts htt ROytll dr il jl otr 4 j m ys tJ I loT y1 t r t QIf r1 If h f st k tpJ is 1 tt 1 9dt J1 I 1lJlt a2 rrt y ItstslfetP 3c I Ike V Ors 1111 rw r I t U f BUJCK r AUTOMOBILE BARGAINS I This is the month to byy an automobile if you want to save money We have the following cars in stock which...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 December 1910

L k J t l J I < J r t < i R iih N I Tfiff i I tI1f 1ljjiF III J O F I 6 f J 4 i I t Ij 7 I 01 f h M hnf i H HII > < l 7 j f t AKING TH1BOUDOI U BASK 1 JA u h I t H Afe 1 > J 3 7 > I A tLt i i iL f y 0 r f 1s s e J T = = I Plf II ASIiETS reign In the realm of I 4 ii fashion today even to quaint old j t BASKETS fonns in china and sil I 11 ver for drawing room and dining I table Wherever n basket can be I Hf f1 i used for decorative and useful J iill I purposes one is certain to find sonic l I j charming expression of art in basketry i r It is ire the boudoir and edroom how KtI ever that the basket attains to its utmost l 11 r + i 1 loveliness aJid where it expresses itself in df i the greatest variety of form is covered with the widest range of materials and I p adorned with the richest and most attrac f tive embellishments t It is tho fashion toaccommodate ones t l baskets to ones surroundings so that a = I r boarding school girl will select or make I her glove ribb...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 December 1910

r lr Xt 9 Li IiI 3 1 r th rig ta l ti 1L I 2 pari ki a = = 3 c oi t b x ct t a I i it ftt r e lt rs r I I 2 iiw i I ttJL Mining Stocks and Markets WAll STREET RfMAINS DUll iti itI During Short Session of the Stock r Market Business Remains at Standstill 1 NEW YORK Dee 17 Todays short session of the stock market may be dismissed with the bald statement that business durlug the greater part of the two hours was almost at a standstill Price changes in few In stances wore Important and the mar KPI apparently was left to Its own de vices Some of the semiactive Issues were not quoted at all and tho net re sult wag a mixture of losses and gains I I the latter predominating I The monotony of tho day was brok en by the failure of a conspicuous I brokerage firm j Overnight developments were not of i a character to make for optimism I The large Increase in tho number of I Idlo cars reported by the American I I Railway association 10800 between I Noviinber 23 and December 7 offers I additional ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 18 December 1910

I w t y t f c I I a + d i 0 R + I y < t 13E r h 1 lfJJ A e e J 1 qJl r I e T t 1 I J 12 j r I I t A A i Yf i n i J I rooks Is far narrow smarter than the one that measures Ices and wonders aro I worked by the carefully planned ami equally carefully cut lines These skirts arc quite wide enough to allow of a fairly long step being taken In evening dread it Is most evident that 11 a T J i mack Cloth Gown graceful nnd becoming fur more no than the short day gowns and n marked fea ture Is the long line that gradually widens toward the hem White la extremely fashionable this season and tho half formal dress for theatre restaurant or small dinner made In white IK most charming Inserted pleats oflncc mar quisette or chiffon plain And embroidered soften tho hard line of tho material and carry out one of this seasons fuvorI nn fashions the combining of materials One of the most extreme models of the whiter la a antin gown with uti overdress of spangled or beaded net The satin fits all too ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910

E > I + 1 + j I i t G s I p P WEATHER FORECAST READ OUR DISPATCHES i k 8t > J WrJ a J lll I r l u r iAt PJ rv1 r i f s P A S r AND THEN t t lr lM t I j 3F 0 a l t g I p J V r i 1 1Jl 1qt THE TEE INDICATIONS WEATHER ARE WILL THAT BE n r COMPARE THEM t r t CLOUDY SUNDAY PROBABLY j II l SHOWERS SLIGHTLY COOL + 11 WITH OTHERS 7r1Ar JrtJt ° GtA1 ER IN SOUTHERN PORTION 1h aUtJ w r lJmnrutug IttttQJIru MONDAY GENERALLY FAIR tf J t VCOL VILN0 356 OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 25 1910 PRICE 65 CENTS PER MONTH Y i t I n c e i e k a 1rI 1 s 3ffl at f id d iC OMt NDt 1 11 D1afsti tut fLW o4 hire r lSiK foirw M1 i Y1 mfetoi 1 etoi t eaetoifi to iiai t lJ1t slu J I t tit u fottrla 4 1 H STtt 1 oJ r tb PoI lS ud i t ats f t7d rfst d ft Stllr1 hDiGt y j J1 lli ti iica YUA pp 0 I i inrl inrlg T last I I x flfis5 s5 St ir 4 dif difK j > t 1gi1 t0 t tri > 11 > i you E 0 14i tT1HT Of AVIATORS THRllUNG Thousands Witness Spectacular Performances at the Los Angeles Meet CoRTISS AND PARMLEE IN ...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910

Y y 9 < > r 1 IJ Y f v f z OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 25 1910 r I SPORTs1 OAkLAND ENTRIES OAKLAND Call Doc 24 Entries for Monday First race six furlongs selling Home Run 112 Swagerlator Jossup py burn Coinbury Biskra Emma G MM Burning Bush HoHsnlcUor Ada E l Meade Platoon 109 J H Barr HI 67 mini IOC B > > Second race futurity course handi cap PawhuBka 111 Pay Streak 108 Pluvlus 104 Winning Widow 9D Third raco six furlongs handicap V Enfield 112 Jack Paine gpacllffc t 107 Araaeo 105 Raleigh P D 103 Lord of tho Forest 100 Fourth race ono mile and a quarter handicap Bubbling Water 126 Ches ter Krum Spell Bound 110 Arasee lOfi Fulletta 103 Soacllff Bellevlewv 102 Bndymlon II 100 Belfast 88 Fifth race one mile Belling Keep Moving 109 Bonnie Bard lOfi Boggs Sir Angus Elgin Royal River Cabin 103 Dahlgren 101 Novgorod 100 Young Belle Quality Street Miss Pic nic 98 Sixth raco thlrteenslxtcoulhs of a milo selling Darolngton 112 Pros per Madeline Muagravc 100...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910

L I JS a H i r I I I I I h Jr i ffO I If HOOD THINGS 1 BY BASKETfUl 1 Fitly baskets bulging with K0od thngs to eat will bo distributed to as niTij destitute families i > > tho yesterday Ogden corps of the Salvation Arm and half n hundred forlorn Ionies will bo brightened todny by a bIn Iul Christmas dinner Tho baskets which were prepared i tills morning by Captain A H dies I im ond his wife contain each a good nzcd pork roast a piece of beef po ltoo apples a can of fruit three j oumls of sugar bread and a portion 1 or hUller one pack of Hour a pnck fj 1 nc of coHen bunch of celery nil s en ot condensed milk All of these urtirlcs were either donated to the I rrnty or worc purcliaseil with ncncv cojiiucd Captain Chesbani stated yester I I day that the people of Ogdeji1 have I on liberal in their donations and fjiar many rit courtesies have been ex j tended to the nnny workers In their cflortn to relieve tho sufferings of tho I r n r families on Christmas Next Tuesday night the a...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910

T r < + I x r t r < < r y 7 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DEOEMBER 25 1910 i THE MORNING EXAMINER AND THE MORNING STANDARD J t An Independent New paper l1 r J ii 11 ESTABLISHED 1902 PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR r i BY WILLIAM GLASMANN TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCEr r BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY af t A S f Dally Every Day 1 Year1 5600 Dally Every Day 3 MonthsS1504 Dally Every Day Months 5300 Sunday Only 1 Year 200 In Ogden City by carrier 65 cents par month For information concerning city subscriptions telephone to the city nlrculatlon department Both Phones uG < i 1 TO EXAMINER SUBSORIBERS f < Parties receiving the Morning Examiner by mail and wish their paper stopped should promply notify us in writing to stop the paper or ask the postmaster to stop it You must not take the paper from the mail unless you want to pay for the paper THE MORNING EXAMINER 1 For weather forecast see upper right hand corner of page one T THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT 1 Peace on ea...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910

1 i 0 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 25 1910 1 ctliem I t crea J ds Jl iAtIt BOR rOSI ONi4t A I oVes uc1 le tt t Wing bl tr appli 1J J give her hap > M I hr In fl 1 AYCQ iGh tiNG 1 f R4I 24 eted 4t Enr Ie or hfJ bt rnj InE1Titd s hC1 In the Irt il1t f l rt U id be E h 11l he H if or the It f offlehu 1 r CO1 J ell tiI3hi E en aIr lng i l Ne1 Jt1 BiI4 ctobitg SUQrctk nmtr r Ibe Ibenge1lt iSlfc KIPt r rCm J Dfft to aij 1 ID Hit IB c teller U ctsi IJt = Bpktd clJ VT J x rmate edit I TM rtll the c1JyiCP ngirl 1 the dap ailed SuUh art cl fob D lies lUl k 1 d Sth J Dame milt a pi O hre c lflf eo tO1 TIY nen LiJ I I dirt fctf e Mttjd ptoJjiI td1dRE tt ogtx1 eUU lent Mf I 1 erj 13 aD d i DsHtfil r I 1I11 i ithec1 I dCL1tTI veait ea3 tttl 1 i d to uk ofl J j C t I aEtec aCe td dTItLt1 lhthrjr ff A RES j J tr jMbrg i ll Sg 2 j 1tiD t fAl irfa 1 f M rtt1f j Te < 1 1i P Idc j i t b l I Ie I G KIt t l fN J 8 t I tI c I j ttt tM 1 ct r It t f t 4Fi lt1 l a li I 1l aI W i 1...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning standard. — 25 December 1910

JJ 7 I i 0 i 6 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY DECEMBER 25 1910 t CHRISTMAS PARTY AT THE ORPHEU I Manager Joseph Goss Acts as Host at an Evening of f Merriment f c SpeechMaking Feature of Even ing Present from the Em J ployes to Manager j A very pleasant Christmas party was held on the stage of the Orph cum theater last night the host be i ing Manager Joseph Goss Al tho conclusion of tho porXonuanco tho stage was cleared of theatrical equip ment and a long table was set in tho center ot tho floor After the thirty guests had gathered about tho table a very dainty Dutch lunch was served Following the introtlctlon ol the toastmaster tho following guests were i called upon for uilk Lew Wells Billy Hart Miss Ida ODay Mrs Dean Mr Sclboldt Cliff Dean Paul Florus and Following the introdt tlon of the speechmaking Robert Splan stage manager ol the Orphoum on behalf of the theater employes In si neat speech presented Manager Goss with an um brella The genial director of affairs at th...

Publication Title: Morning Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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